David Cameron, Prime Minister
George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer
Michael Gove, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice
Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries
Nicholas Boles, Minister of State for Skills and Equalities
Steve Hilton, Director of Strategy at Conservative Campaign Headquarters
Rachel Whetstone, Hilton’s wife and head of Google’s Europe division
Edward Llewellyn, Downing Street Chief of Staff
Catherine Fall, Cameron’s Deputy Chief of Staff
The club has attracted controversy, due to former members now being part of the British political establishment. These include the current Prime Minister David Cameron, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne and former Mayor of London Boris Johnson.
A photograph of the club taken in 1992 depicted members George Osborne, Nathaniel Philip Rothschild, David Cameron’s cousin Harry Mount and Ocado founder Jason Gissing. In the Mail on Sunday, Peter Hitchens claimed that the photograph had been doctored, and that it appears that people have been removed from it.
In 2013 a new photograph emerged of club members flying by private jet to a hunting expedition in South Africa. The photograph is believed to have been taken in 2011 or 2012. Pictured in the photograph are Hon. Michael Marks, Cassius Marcellus Cornelius Clay, Nicholas Green, Timothy Aldersly, Charles Clegg, Alick Dru and Hon. George Farmer – the son of senior treasurer of the Conservative Party, Michael Farmer.